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Airmen in the 148th Fighter Wing are recognized for their deployment in 2016.

Duluth's 148th Fighter Wing Honored as Top Flying Unit


Feds Block Route of Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota
Protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota in late October.

Loved Ones Carry On The Mission of Breakdancing in Duluth

Knife River Embraces A Scandinavian Tradition
4th annual Winter Village held in Knife River

Santa and Mrs. Claus Visit The Lake Superior Zoo
Santa and Mrs. Claus take photos with visitors at the Lake Superior Zoo

Duluth Makes Proposal for Gaps in 2017 City Budget

The Latest: Officials ID 7 Warehouse Fire Victims

Trees of Hope: Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank

This holiday season, WDIO-TV and HOM Furniture are shining a light on organizations helping others in our community. The Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank is our charity of the week. Their mission is to feed Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin's hungry by rescuing and distributing food and engaging the region in the fight against hunger.
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Monday's "Protect Our Pensions" Meeting Canceled
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Trees of Hope & Second Harvest: Student Volunteers
Jacob and Isaac work together delivering food to students at Churchill Elementary School

Trees for Troops Spreads Making Christmas Brighter for Military Families

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Madison Musician was to Perform at Deadly Warehouse Fire
Two brothers were successfully rescued after going missing while hunting
Two Brothers Rescued Nearly 5 Hours After Going Missing
A 2-Day Winter Village event kicks off at Glensheen Mansion
First Ever Winter Village Kicks Off At Glensheen Mansion
Despite Chilly Temps, Hundreds Participate in the Jingle Bell Run
Idaho Man Sentenced to Life for Fatal Stabbing in Western Wisconsin Motel
Hibbard Center Using Storm Debris to Power Homes
Federal Court Rejects Lawsuit to Election Recount in Wis.
Lake Superior Zoo Running December Promotions to Raise Attendance
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Death Toll Grows to 36 in Oakland Warehouse Fire

Dylann Roof Allowed to Hire Lawyers Back, For Now

Trump Taps Former Campaign Rival Carson as Housing Secretary

President-elect Donald Trump, seen here rallying support in Superior April 4, 2016, has chosen former rival Ben Carson to become secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Green Party Sues for Pennsylvania Vote Recount

Madison Musician was to Perform at Deadly Warehouse Fire


Cost of Pedestrian Bridge to Vikings Stadium More than Expected

2 Killed, 4 Hurt in Crash Near Minneapolis Airport

Idaho Man Sentenced to Life for Fatal Stabbing in Western Wisconsin Motel

Worker Found Dead in Souix Falls Building Collapse

Stein Urges Federal Judge to get Recount Moving

Trump Team Says He Backs Dakota Access Pipeline

Mall of America Hires First Black Santa

Environmentalists Want Mining Company's Lawsuit Dismissed

Deal Proposed in 3-State Pollution Suit against US Steel

Minnesota Loses Bid to Get Essar Leases

Lemenager Preps for Nationals

Annual Skate with the Bulldogs

Gophers Face Washington State in Holiday Bowl in San Diego

Wisconsin to Face Undefeated Western Michigan in Cotton Bowl

'Breakfast with Santa' Celebrates 45 Years in Duluth


9th Annual USO Variety and Canteen Show Features New Acts, New Location

Animal Allies: Dragonfruit, New Winter Hours

Sankta Lucia Celebration Highlights Swedish Christmas Culture

First Graders from Queen of Peace in Cloquet Visit WDIO

Live Music, Crafts, and Clydesdales in Biwabik for German Christmas Festival

Playhouse to Reveal New Vision of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'

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Hermantown Middle Schoolers Graduate From New D.A.R.E Program


Mills Drops Plans for Recount

Minnesota Lawmakers Head into 2017 with $1.4B Budget Surplus

Itasca County Faces Whistleblower Lawsuit over Sheriff's Department

Attempted Murder, Assault Charges Filed Against Proctor Man

Hermantown Elementary School Adds Visitor ID System to Increase School Security

Presidential Election Recount Underway in Wisconsin

Obama: Health Care Act is Law, US Can't Go Backward
'12 Days of Christmas' Now Costs $34,363
Mariah Carey Headlines New Year's Eve Lineup in Times Square

Stein calls Trump's Recount Objection 'Shameful'

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein says President-elect Donald Trump's objection to her campaign's request to recount Michigan's presidential votes is "shameful and outrageous."


Hermanson, Herrick Announce Candidacies for Superior Mayor

Two more candidates for Superior mayor entered the race Thursday. Kalee Hermanson announced her candidacy. She has previously ran for mayor, as has Superior city councilor Mike Herrick, who also announced his candidacy Thursday. 


Twin Ports Groups Raise AIDS Awareness, Share Resources

Groups in the Twin Ports came together Thursday to raise awareness of AIDS and share resources, as part of World AIDS Day held on Dec. 1 every year. The virus that causes AIDS was identified in the 1980s but has left a lasting impact, especially on the LGBT community.


Duluth Pipeline Protestors Oppose DAPL's Financial Backers

Across the country, people are standing in solidarity with the Standing Rock Reservation and against construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Thursday afternoon in Duluth protesters were putting pressure on the city to remove funds from Wells Fargo. They claim the bank is helping companies building the pipeline, and they're calling on investors to withdraw from the project.  


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Green Party Sues for Pennsylvania Vote Recount

Trump Taps Former Campaign Rival Carson as Housing Secretary
President-elect Donald Trump, seen here rallying support in Superior April 4, 2016, has chosen former rival Ben Carson to become secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Infrastructure Report: Michigan Should Spend $4B More a Year

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Plan Sought to Reduce Flame Retardant Toxins in Great Lakes

DNR: No More Deer Test Positive for CWD in SE Minnesota

Wis. Deer Harvest Down 6 Percent in 2016

South Dakota Loses More than 2,000 Deer in Disease Outbreak

Michigan Appeals Court Finds 2014 Wolf Hunt Unconstitutional

Wis. Deer Harvest Down Nearly 5 Percent on Opening Weekend

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